I need help!! Okay, I have two coops and each flock stay separated - one flock has 1 rooster with 11 hens and the other flock has 2 roosters with 3 hens. Reason for two separated flocks is that the flock of 5 were hatched this past spring and have all been together since hatching. I had not introduced them to the large flock for fear of the roosters not getting along. The two roosters in the flock of 5 get along just fine because they've been together since day 1. My large flock free range and the smaller does not. They stay in their large enclosure. Well, today I let the smaller flock out to free range for a bit under my supervision. In an instant the two roosters were fighting and going at it! It was one of my "baby" roosters and my "grown" rooster from the large flock. My worst fear!! They're both covered in blood! I grabbed the "baby" and my daughter grabbed the "grown" one and we took them (separately) into the utility sink to try to clean them up. Luckily it looks worse then it is. They both suffer from small scratches on their heads but nothing wrong with their eyes, beaks or anywhere else. The bleeding has stopped but their feathers are still stained. We put both flocks into their enclosures. Now my 2 "baby" roosters are going at each other! They've NEVER had a problem. Will they now not be able to be together?? I don't know what to do. I have them separated for the time being. Have the injured rooster inside the coop with the door shut and the other outside in the enclosure. I can't keep him shut up in the coop day in and day out though. Please advise! I really don't want to get rid of one of them.